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Who We Are

The Nashua Division of Public Health and Community Services (DPHCS) is the chief public health strategist for the Greater Nashua Public Health Region (GNPHR), and the first accredited health department in New Hampshire (NH). We provide a range of direct services and engage a variety of partners on strategic initiatives to ensure the health and well being of every member of our community.

Our Mission

To promote, protect, and preserve the health and well being of the Greater Nashua Region   through leadership and community collaboration.  

Our Vision

To have an informed, safe, healthy, and resilient community where all people can thrive and prosper.  

Interactive Data Dashboard

The Nashua DPHCS is excited to announce the launch of our data dashboard hosted on LiveStories! This data dashboard presents a broad range of public health indicators through an interactive web-based application. The dashboard houses the most up to date health data available for the GNPHR and will be continuously updated as new data becomes available. This collaborative platform provides data from the community level to national data, and tables and figures can be customized by age, gender, race/ethnicity, geographic location, etc. to explore different trends and patterns. In addition, the dashboard provides information about highlighted community activities and areas of interest. This dashboard is a powerful launch point for data-driven conversations at the community level - check it out by clicking the button below!

Greater Nashua Public Health Region Data Dashboard

Topic of the Month
Events and Trainings
Clinics
Emergency Preparedness
Food Licensing
Substance Misuse
Syringe Service Alliance of the Nashua Area
Temporary Emergency Assistance Welfare Department
Tickborne Illnesses
Vaccines

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Hepatitis A - Protect Yourself with Vaccination 

Hepatitis A infection is a vaccine-preventable viral infection that infects the liver. Hepatitis A virus (HAV) is contagious and is transmitted when a person unknowingly ingests the virus from objects, food or drinks contaminated by small, undetected amounts of stool from an infected person. 

Symptoms include fever, fatigue, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, dark urine, clay-colored bowel movements, joint pain, and jaundice. The infection causes inflammation of the liver (hepatitis), and severe infections can result in liver failure and even death.

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Take the Pledge to Go Prep!

Small actions can make a big difference during a disaster or emergency. Pledge to learn about simple activities you can do to help yourself, your household, and your community become more prepared. By taking the pledge to "GoPREP," you will receive information, tips, and resources provided by industry leaders to help you become more prepared. Every action you take will help increase your community’s resilience to disasters and emergencies! Visit our website for more information about how you can take action to prepare yourself, your household, and your community. 

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